AdventHealth VP Supply Chain - Central Florida South Region in Altamonte Springs, Florida
If you want to be a part of a place that provides nothing less than extraordinary compassionate care, then Adventist Health System is the place for you!
We are currently seeking qualified candidates for a Vice President Supply Chain for our Central Florida Region located in Orlando, Florida. Reporting to the SVP Finance Support, the VP of Supply Chain plays a key role in system design, utilization and improvement. This role is accountable for total company supply spend and management of medical and clinical costs to meet business plan targets.
As a faith-based organization, it is the intention of AdventHealth to identify and employ executive leaders who are professionally competent and who provide leadership that is consistent with our mission. It is required that the candidate serve the mission of Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ and demonstrate proficiency in the AdventHealth executive leadership competencies.
GENERAL SUMMARY :
The VP of Supply Chain serves as the central resource for designing and executing responsible, cost effective supply chain strategies across all areas of Coordinated Health. He/she is responsible for successfully developing and executing strategies in support of the largest area of non-labor expense for the hospital network—medical, surgical and clinical supplies. The VP of Supply Chain role is accountable for developing a system-wide approach in collaboration with AdventHealth for end-to-end supply chain integration that delivers customer service and support to the caregiver. The VP is responsible for the design, development and execution of a supply chain vision, strategic plan and annual operating plan that includes inventory management, direct and indirect material purchasing, strategic sourcing, capital, leases and software purchases.
Job Duties :
Direct the efficient, purposeful and responsible development and delivery of service contracts
Work with the Value Analysis team to develop system-wide processes that manage product conversions, standardization and utilization targets
Lead, plan and evaluate day-to-day operations of business to ensure systematic progress and facilitate implementation of top performing supply chain operations as it relates to non-labor expenses.
Ensure compliance with DNV and other regulatory requirements for supply management
Research, benchmark, introduce, and customize best practices in medical device evaluation, inventory management and distribution operations
Work cross functionally on all areas of cost control including IT, General and Administrative and equipment purchases
Provide leadership for efficient, purposeful and responsible development and delivery of service contracts including new spend, and contract renewals
Establish professional, effective relationships with physicians, clinicians and senior leadership to evaluate and obtain the best quality medical implants, devices, and supplies while minimizing the total cost of ownership
Provide strategic input and direction to support capital projects during proposed and approved projects
Review performance of strategic initiatives by gathering, analyzing and interpreting data and metrics, advancing solutions as they become available.
Reduce overall hospital network costs through high quality, professional process-driven vendor negotiations, bundling, total cost of ownership model, and improved efficiencies that can be tracked through to the bottom line.
Streamline material management processes to reduce waste and improve efficiency and inventory turns
Participate in workforce planning and employment decisions
Mentor and coach staff to ensure that departmental objectives are met
Assure a complete succession plan for rollup up to and including own position; actively mentor others into the leadership role
Maximize existing talent by providing counsel, leadership, guidance and direction and assisting in the development of an organizational culture appropriate to support the mission.
Knowledge and Skills Required:
Knowledge of clinical practices and processes, legal and regulatory requirements and mandates, and the ability to gather and evaluate data and outcome results to use in planning hospital operations, budgets, and process improvement
Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
Exceptional people management and leadership skills
Strategic vision and thinking; ability to position the organization for the future
Strong business acumen, intelligence, and capacity; able to think strategically and implement tactically
Approach supply chain as an interconnected system, understanding the major objectives and breaking them down into meaningful action step
Strong organizational abilities and the flexibility to adjust to changing conditions and the various details of the position
Proficient computer skills, particularly with Microsoft Office
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE :
Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, Supply Chain, or related field; master’s degree strongly preferred
8 years of experience in procurement and inventory control in healthcare or medical device industry
5 years of leadership experience within healthcare or medical device industry
If this position sounds like a great match for your skills set and experience, please apply online now!
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